The current agenda in health personalisation research mainly revolves around supporting lifestyle and wellbeing. Personalised recommendations for patients and consumers have been explored for areas like physical activity, food intake, mental support, and health information consumption. Strikingly little attention has been paid to personalised medical applications supporting clinical users. In this paper, we turn the spotlight on such medical use cases and the advantages personalised decision-support can bring. We discuss the differences between patient- and clinician-centric personalisation and highlight touch points, where personalised support might improve clinicians' decision-making.
|Number of pages||7|
|Journal||ACM SIGWEB Newsletter|
|Publication status||Published - 12 Oct 2021|